MIHARU

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Miharu2  Miharu is the name of town in Fukushima prefecture and according to their town museum site. Miharau kokeshi was made around 1945 to 1965 a time known for its Kokeshi Boom where many new Kokeshi were being developed. The artists were a couple who lived near Funabiki cho in Fukushima Prefecture. They drew inspiration from Yajiro and Togatta styles with the advise of avid kokeshi collector Mr. Takahisada. Nobody is making them any more. Source Link  Miharu Town  Tatsumori Master Shuji Takahisata  Miharu is the name of town in Fukushima prefecture and according to their town museum site. Miharau kokeshi was made around 1945 to 1965 a time known for its Kokeshi Boom where many new Kokeshi were being developed. The artists were a couple who lived near Funabiki cho in Fukushima Prefecture. They drew inspiration from Yajiro and Togatta styles with the advise of avid kokeshi collector Mr. Takahisada. Nobody is making them any more. Source Link  Miharu Town  Miharu3  Miharu is the name of town in Fukushima prefecture and according to their town museum site. Miharau kokeshi was made around 1945 to 1965 a time known for its Kokeshi Boom where many new Kokeshi were being developed. The artists were a couple who lived near Funabiki cho in Fukushima Prefecture. They drew inspiration from Yajiro and Togatta styles with the advise of avid kokeshi collector Mr. Takahisada. Nobody is making them any more. Source Link  Miharu Town